Polyphony Digital prowling for staff
Gran Turismo, Tourist Trophy developer seeking new engineers, designer for its Tokyo studio.
Polyphony Digital, creator of the racer Gran Turismo series and, more recently, the touring bike sim Tourist Trophy, announced Saturday on its Web site that it is looking for more staff. Open positions include network engineer, software engineer, landscape designer, system-administration staff, and system-administration assistants. All posts are full-time with the exception of the assistants. Pay scales range from 1,150 yen (about $10) an hour for the part-time assistants and 6 million to 10 million yen ($52,300 to $87,170) a year for the engineering gigs. The job descriptions do not specify for which projects or platforms the engineers and designer are being recruited.
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